This fast-growing plant can grow massive foliage (up to 26” in length!) and can be found growing on trees in the tropical forests of Brazil.
Albo Adansonii are white-and-green plants that have gained massive popularity over the past years and are becoming increasingly available worldwide.
The Archipelago is twice as variegated as the Albo Adansonii. This Swiss cheese plant can grow white foliage!
This plant’s leaf shape and size are similar to the regular green Adansonii, but the Laniata has glossy, textured leaves instead of smooth and matte foliage!
It's known to grow large, oval-shaped, and skeletal fenestrations on the leaves. It has a more wavy look and a slightly blue hue.
This plant can grow massive heart-shaped leaves, especially as a climbing plant. It grows small fenestrations on the center of the leaves.
Instead of blocks and specks of white variegation, like the Albo Monstera, the Adansonii Mint and Aurea have marbled, cream, yellow, and dark green leaves.
This rare plant is famous for its massive holes, which can grow so big that it looks like a skeleton version of the regular Adansonii (hence the name ‘Esqueleto’)!
This delicately rare plant grows holes that almost overtake the entire plant, leaving only a thin outline of the leaf.
The Monstera Friedrichsthalii is not any different than the regular Adansonii. It’s just the same old plant under a different name!
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